UWindsor plans for former bus station revitalization “up in the air” following obstacles

June 8, 2017

The University of Windsor had “lavish plans” to revitalize a former Greyhound bus station as part of its $32.6M creative arts and music campus, reports the Windsor Star, but factors such as the station’s position above the Detroit-Windsor tunnel have changed the original construction plans. “Right now we are just going to clean up the exterior until we finalize the plans there,” said UWindsor President Alan Wildeman. “We are looking at several options. It will be something that will benefit the university and downtown area, but we haven’t decided yet exactly what the interior will be.” The article goes on to discuss the progress of the other aspects of the new campus. Windsor Star